One of the most overlooked months of the year for North American facing bookmakers is none other than May, thirty-one action packed days of frenetic gambling.
I had the opportunity to sit down with a guy that a lot of you may know. Sid Rosenberg has been a true icon on radio and TV stirring things up on shows like Imus in the Morning, WFAN radio in New
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As I mentioned not too long ago, I would be bringing you a series of interviews from the pro handicappers that I had the pleasure of meeting at the VegasInsider.com Sports Handicapping Seminar. A
In what was arguably the best showing for online bookmakers and the Vegas shops of any College Football season opener, the public lost nearly every game this past weekend. The carnage was enoug
The state of Delaware has boldly decided to begin offering sports betting in the form of NFL wagering.
Following news this past week that an appeals court had found that Delaware sports betting violates current federal law, questions now focus on two of the judges who helped render the decisions.
Much of the talk this summer has focused on both Delaware and New Jersey's efforts to legalize sports betting. In the case of New Jersey, the idea would be to bet online. Delaware was dealt a s
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BY JEF FEELEY & PHIL MILFORD, BLOOMBERGTHURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 2009Delaware's plan to introduce single- game sports betting violates U.S.
TAMPA, Fla. (Associated Press) - Disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy was back behind bars Tuesday, accused of violating his federal probation by not showing up for work, the U.S.
I'm still on my magical mystery tour of Vegas and last night I was hanging at the Mandalay Bay with two guys who have a vested interest in what happened in Delaware yesterday: Joe Brennan, chairman
PHILADELPHIA (AP)-A federal appeals court ruled Monday that sports betting in Delaware would violate a 1992 federal ban on such wagering, essentially halting the state's plans to start taking bets
America's major sports leagues, in new court papers, are challenging the state's contention that Congress intended to allow Delaware to expand its sports betting options.
In advance of Monday's showdown before the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, the leagues' lawyers filed a brief arguing that Delaware's exemption from a 1992 federal ban on sports betting did not give the state carte blanche to offer bets on single games or sports other than pro football.
Our view on legalized gambling: Cash-strapped states bet on a bad hand
Plans to legalize sports wagers and add video poker carry social costs.
Matthew Gooch, 82, has been released from prison nearly 40 years after shooting and killing a man during a home poker game.